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Review: Jordan Peele’s “Us” is unsettling in its honesty concerning America

Review: Jordan Peele’s “Us” is unsettling in its honesty concerning America

Micah Johnston, Contributing Writer

April 23, 2019

“Us” takes Peele’s knack for social commentary within horrific storylines to an entirely new level.

Five summer 2019 films you won’t want to miss

Five summer 2019 films you won’t want to miss

Connor Cable, Lead Arts & Entertainment Writer

April 23, 2019

There are many more great films coming out this summer, so this is just a taste of what’s to come. Be sure to catch these movies if you want to beat the heat for a few hours.

Movies for post-Halloween terror, intrigue, amusement

Olivia Brayan

November 2, 2011

As a college student I am far past the point of trick or treating on Halloween. At my age it would really just be creepy. So I am left with two options. I could either stay home and lamely pass out candy, or dust off my cat woman suit and hit the town in search of fun. I honestly would rather go with...

Please, no more 3D movies

Please, no more 3D movies

Kathleen Quinlan

April 13, 2011

  Is it entirely necessary for almost every film to be filmed in 3-D? Sure, I understand how 3-D is cool and sometimes it can add to the film. But it’s just ridiculous how films are filmed in both 3-D and 2-D now, or hastily reformatted to be 3-D right before the release date. Filming in both formats makes the entire proce...

‘Black Swan’ is a masterpiece

‘Black Swan’ is a masterpiece

Cameron Kunzelman

February 9, 2011

5/5 Bear Claws “Black Swan” is a slow roll into the deranged mind of a twentysomething ballet perfectionist with a little bit of hypersexuality thrown into the mix. That description is basically the best one that I can bestow on a film, and “Black Swan” hits all of my buttons in really specific ways. On the surface the film is about a young woman, Nina, wh...

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